IN THE CELLAR
We have a wide range of real ales from a variety of sources that we offer. You will find that we change our range frequently and you will be able to keep track of it all here.
Hardy's & Hanson's Kimberley Bitter
Ruby & Hoppy
Hardys & Hansons Bitter is a brew with an excellent balance of sweetness and bitterness that combines with a subtle hop character. Available in cask only, this is a distinctive beer with a full and satisfying finish.
Harvey's Sussex Best
Brown & Fruity
Winner of the First Prize Gold Medal at the International Brewers' Exhibition in 1980, this beer is brewed to an original gravity of 1036° -1040° from a recipe which has evolved over many years. It is a full, well-hopped bitter with a reputation that exceeds the borders of its native and adjoining counties.
Hooky Greedy Goose
Amber & Nutty
Cooper Beer with hints of nuttiness & toasty hints
Dark & Malty
A dark chestnut coloured ale, full of roast malt flavours, and complemented with superb dry-hop aromas from East Kent Goldings.
Jack's Spaniels 3.8%
Golden & Refreshing
A careful blend of moreish malt and Cascade hops creates Jack's Spaniels, a delicious Blonde Ale. Throw in a well-balanced nature with a playful, but obedient character and you create the favourite with beer lovers everywhere.
Rev James - Original
Amber & Malty
The Rev. James ales are based on an original recipe from 1885, and named in honour of brewing legend the Rev. James Buckley, saver of souls and satisfier of thirsts. Brewed with our exclusive Buckleys yeast, they each deliver a signature taste with a surprising twist.
Chapter and Verse
The Rev. James Original is rich and well-balanced with a mellow malty flavour that unexpectedly gives way to a clean, refreshing finish.
St Austell - Tribute
Amber & Fruity
"Tribute is a magnificent example of a bronze coloured English bitter, with a rich aroma of biscuity malt and tart citrus fruit from the Willamette hops. Juicy malt, hop resins and tangy fruit coat the tongue, while the finish is long and lingering, with a fine balance between malt, hops and fruit, finally becoming dry and bitter."